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Honoring all living Turtle Island People and their Nations


Sept 28, 2019: Dorothy Grant shared on Facebook photo left Isabella Edenshaw spruce root hat a part of HEARTS OF OUR PEOPLE exhibit. Nashville TN. Dorothy Grant photo center a part of HEARTS OF OUR PEOPLE exhibit History: Hummingbird panel dress 1988 first Feastwear collection, collaboration w/ Robert Davidson, hand cut hand, applique, collection of Denver fine Art Museum ... Photo Right: Famous candies store, Dorothy Grant with Sonya Kelli are-Combs, and Rosalie Favelll

Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists
September 27, 2019–January 12, 2020
Frist Art Museum
Nashville, TN



One of the top Indigenous dance groups in Canada, the Dakhká Khwáan Dancers strut through the town of Carcross in the upcoming documentary Beyond Human Power. photo supplied

CBC doc chronicles return of banned dance New generation renews once-criminalized potlatch BYJeremy Shepherd / North Shore News SEPTEMBER 25, 2019




Planet Alaska (Facebook) shared ...

Indigenous women traveled 3,000 miles to save an Alaskan forest from Trump By Nicole Javorsky on Sep 23, 2019 ( Grist Magazine)

There is no group more vulnerable to the destruction of the Tongass than indigenous groups who hunt, fish, and gather in the forest, especially given the importance of the forest in fighting climate change. “Everything that we harvest off the land is being changed because of this global warming issue,” Culp explains. “It doesn’t seem like anybody is screaming the sky is falling and it is.”




Image: My Ears are Numb, drum frame, US Flag, red cedar For John T. Williams 2012

Nicholas Galanin Everything We’ve Ever Been, Everything We are Right Now
September 20–December 8, 2019
Law Warschaw Gallery ... Fine Arts Commons 105
MACALESTER COLLEGE
Saint Paul, MN 55105,

Nicholas Galanin a part of ...
10 biggest art events in the Twin Cities this fall
By Alicia Eler Star Tribune SEPTEMBER 12, 2019



Artists from the exhibition “Women of Sweetgrass, Cedar, and Sage” with friends and community members outside the American Indian Community House Gallery, 1985. Photo by Jesse Cooday.

“Urban Indian: Native New York Now” at the Museum of the City of New York
1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd Street

“Urban Indian: Native New York Now” is one of ...
23 Essential New York Museum Shows to See This Fall
BY Sarah Cascone & Caroline Goldstein, (Artnet News, September 9, 2019)

“Urban Indian: Native New York Now” is part of ...
Don’t Miss These Art Shows and Events This Fall
Mark your calendar. From a revamped MoMA and the fearless Pope.L to Renaissance sculptors and female modernists, here are more than 100 shows that define the new season.
BY Will Heinrich (New York Times) Updated Sept 19th, 2019





Claiming & Empowering Visual Sovereignty Presentation (Facebook link)
By Maya Salganek and Da-Ka-Xeen
University of Alaska Fairbanks




Standing Together: Whitney Biennial Artist Nicholas Galanin on His Decision in July to Pull Work from the Show
BY Nicholas Galanin POSTED 09/11/19 11:47 AM (Art News)

"Gunalchéesh @artnews for sharing my perspective w/ @whitneymuseum" Nicholas Galanin


Featured image credit: Shan Goshorn (Eastern Band Cherokee). Prayers for the Land, 2015 Arches watercolor paper printed with archival inks and acrylic paint, 6” x 5.5” x 7.5”

Survivance and Sovereignty on Turtle Island: Engaging With Contemporary Native American Art
August 27, 2019, through May 21, 2020

The Kupferberg Holocaust Center (KHC)
222-05 56th Avenue
Bayside, NY 11364

ARTISTS: Gina Adams (Ojibwa Lakota descent) ... Nadema Agard (Cherokee/Lakota/Powhatan) ... Pena Bonita (Apache) ... Dennis RedMoon Darkeem (Wind Clan/Creek Seminole) ... Judy Dow (Abenaki) ... Ryan Elizabeth Feddersen (Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation {Okanagan/Arrow Lakes}) ... Nicholas Galanin (Tlingit/Aleut) ... Shan Goshorn (Eastern Band Cherokee) ... Merritt Johnson (Kanienkehaka {Mohawk}, Blackfoot, Irish and Swedish descent) ... Erica Lord (Athabascan, Iñupiaq, Finnish, Swedish, English, and Japanese) ... Jason Lujan ... Cannupa Hanska Luger (Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara, and Lakota) ... Mario Martinez (Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona) ... Meryl McMaster (Plains Cree member of the Siksika Nation, British and Dutch) ... Kent Monkman (Cree) ... Renelle White Buffalo (Lakota-Sioux)



(Screen capture) Revisiting ... 'Tlingit storyteller and performer Gene Tagaban became a Seahawk with colored wooden feathers and a specially carved red cedar mask on Friday at the Burke Museum. Hundreds came to the rally.' (Video by Alan Berner / The Seattle Times, Oct  7. 2017)

Gene Tagaban becomes a Seahawk
- The Seattle Times, Oct  7. 2017

Nicholas Galanin: They’re Threatened by your Survival

Art Mûr Montreal, QC, Canada September 7 – October 26, 2019
Opening reception: Saturday, September 7, 2019 from 3-5 p.m.

They’re Threatened by your Survival
Art Mûr (Website)



Alison Marks in group exhibit 'womxn and waterways'
April 10 - Oct 2, 2019
at the Bill Reid Gallery, Vancouver, Canada


Miranda Belarde-Lewis shared on Facebook "Hey Whitehorse friends! Hope you can make it to Blake Nelson Shaá'koon Lepine’s opening!"

Blake Nelson Shaá'koon Lepine
Exhibition Opening: Factory Life + Drip Drop Pop
Arts Underground (Facebook)
15-305 Main Street
Whitehorse, Yukon Territory Y1A 2B4





While the full cast has yet to be announced, Martin Sensmeier, who is also executive producing the Jim Thorpe biopic, will star as Thorpe. (Photo by Dave Starbuck/Geisler-Fotopress/Picture-Alliance/DPA/AP Images)

Martin Sensmeier Sheds Light on Executive Producing ‘Bright Path: The Jim Thorpe Story’ by Andrew Ricci | Aug 28, 2019 | Native Business Magazine

Martin Sensmeier, an Alaska Native of Tlingit and Koyukon-Athabascan descent, is perhaps best known most recently for his roles in The Magnificent Seven and a recurring part on HBO’s Westworld.



Kyle Khaayák'w Worl demonstration at the Nordic Museum,
Seattle, Washington (Photo Kyle Worl Facebook Post)

Let the Inuit Games begin at Seattle’s National Nordic Museum By Alan Berner (Seattle Times)




SANTA FE INDIAN MARKET
BOOTH: LIN 747E
AUG. 17-18

Dorothy Grant (Website)



"Alaska Girls in Santa fe" Dorothy Grant (Facebook)

Dorothy Grant and Jennifer Younger (Contemporary Tlingit Jewelry) at Indian Market in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Jennifer Younger - Contemporaryy Tlingit Jewelry (Website)




August 17-18 Trickster Company Pop-up in Santa Fe, New Mexico and in Anchorage,Alaska August 17.

Trickster Company (Website)


DJ Celeste Worl at  Rumble On The Roof At La Fonda On The Plaza
Indian Market, Santa Fe, New Mexico
Saturday, August 17
Rumble On The Roof (Instagram)


The opening of two exhibits at Blue Rain Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico on Friday, August 16th -- Preston Singletary's solo exhibit featuring a collection of new works and "Synergy", Singletary’s exhibit of collaborative works with the artist Harlan Reano.

Learn more about Singletary’s art at this new Blog post, “Preston Singletary: Artist, Innovator, Collaborator”:
www.blueraingallery.com/blog/preston-singletary-artist-innovator-collaborator



Khu.éex' at 2019 In The Spirit Northwest Native Festival
5:30-7:00 PM in the WSHM amphitheater. August 10th
Washington State History Museum (Official Site)

"As part of "In the Spirit:" Participants include Dan Friday, Preston Singletary, Ryan Feddersen. HoWanUT “Haila” Old Peter (Museum of Glass); fashion show (Tacoma Art Museum)" Mario A. Caro

Festival features band that explores Native American experience through jazz, funk BY KATE IIDA, Tacoma News Tribune, AUGUST 08, 2019

Khu.eex, a 10-person band with members from across the Pacific Northwest and Alaska, will headline the annual In the Spirit: Northwest Native Festival this weekend. Khu.eex has released three albums online and on vinyl LP’s and plans to release a fourth album.


Newly released album by the band Khu.éex', titled Héen

Khu.éex' (Website)




Tlingit & Haida’s Native Connections program is pleased to announce the Ix̱six̱án, Ax̱ Ḵwáan (IAK) youth music group has completed its third music video, Spirit. 



Carver Wayne Price from Haines, Alaska, and Violet Gatensby of Carcross get ready to launch a traditional Tlingit dugout canoe on Nares Lake near Carcross, Yukon. (Mike Rudyk/CBC)

Yukon First Nation celebrates launch of new Tlingit dugout canoe
After 80 days of work, a 10-metre traditional cedar canoe is now seaworthy
By Mike Rudyk · CBC News · Aug 10, 2019


Residents to embark on historic Tlingit trade route
By Sarah Chatta, Chilkat Valley News, August 8, 2019

This month, Haines residents Tim Ackerman and Mike Bott will embark on a nearly 200-mile route mapped out by legendary Klukwan chief Kohklux exactly 150 years ago. The men say that this will be the first time in 128 years that a traverse of the trail will be documented.




Haa Kusteeyí Celebration 2019 (Official Website)

As long as the Tlingit have lived on the shores of the big inland lakes, July has been a season of coming together and celebrating. A warm season where living for a short time was a little easier; a time to reconnect with family and friends, meet the new born, engage in courtships, tell stories and put the hardships of winter behind. A time to strengthen the ties of Tlingit Culture — Haa Kusteeyí.

​Haa Kusteeyí is a Dha Kha Celebration which include 3 different First Nations; Taku River Tlingit from Atlin (TRT), Teslin Tlingit Council from Teslin (TTC) and Carcross/Tagish First Nation from Carcross, Tagish and Squanga (C/TFN).




Tlingit-Haida canoes from Alaska — at Tribal Canoe Journeys. (Facebook link) Photo by Zoltán Grossman

PADDLE TO LUMMI - JULY 24-28, 2019

Zoltán Grossman photos of Tribal Canoe Journey Arrival at Lummi Nation WA (Facebook link)

"Many dozens of canoes from around the Pacific Northwest Coast and Salish Sea arrived Wednesday at the Lummi Nation, near Bellingham WA, in the Tribal Canoe Journey, an annual event celebrating the cultural revitalization (especially for youth) of "traveling the highways of the ancestors." Some of the canoes traveled 400 miles over three weeks. The skippers and other crew asked permission to come ashore, and then hoisted the canoes to walk ashore. (Also see my album of videos.) There will now be five days of Protocol (open to the public), as each tribal canoe family presents songs and dances from their homeland. I'll post photos of Protocol soon. #PaddleToLummi2019" Zoltán Grossman


Link to Charlotte Cote's video (Facebook)
One People Canoe Family (Tlingit, Haida, Tsimshian) performing this beautiful Raven Dance.
Awesome! Canoe Journeys protocol! Charlotte Cote is at Tribal Canoe Journeys (Facebook link)
One People Canoe Society (Facebook)



"A ridicule pole carved this week in Sitka, Alaska by Tlingit artists Tommy Joseph & Kristina Cranston for Alaskan gov Dunleavy & Trump." Planet Alaska on Facebook (link) 7/23/2019





Salmon Berries and Blueberries
Photos from Planet Alaska (Facebook)



Molly of Denali debuts on The new PBS Kids series on July 15th

Molly comes home: Animated television show on PBS Kids has strong Alaska Native roots By Vera Starbard (Indian Country Today)

Producer with Santa Fe roots working on PBS animated series
By Olivia Harlow | The Santa Fe New Mexican Jul 13, 2019




Indigenizing Our History, The Monument Project of Da-ka-xeen Mehner By Clarke Conde Art/Interview (Facebook link)



‎The Monuments IAIA MoCNA Social Engagment Project Hosted by Dakaxeen Mehner July 11 - 15th, 2019, Santa Fe, New Mexico (FB link)



Men work together to process a harbor seal at the Auke Village Recreation Area in Juneau on June 30, 2019. Seal harvests are common across many Alaska Native groups. Damen Bell-Holter is 3rd from left (Photo by Jeremy Hsieh/KTOO)

Alaska Native men gather to explore culture, identity, domestic violence and building healthy communities By Jeremy Hsieh, KTOO Public Media, Published July 7, 2019

"My month of July is jam packed with men’s / boys circles, culture camps, basketball camps, workshops and doing what I LOVE. I am thankful I live a life where my purpose is considered my career. Follow your heart and do what you’re passionate about!" Damen Bell-Holter

During the month of July, Damen Bell-Holter will be in Seattle 4-7, Anchorage 7-11, Denver 11-14, Hoonah 15-16, Kake 17-18, Haines 19-21, Juneau 22-23 and Hydaburg 24-28



Revisiting Damen Bell-Holter at Kake Culture Camp 2018, Photo by Bethany Goodrich courtesy of the Sustainable Southeast Partnership

"Smoking salmon, it's a family effort." Nicholas Galanin (Instagram)

Link - Yéil Ya-Tseen (@nicholasgalanin) • Instagram photos and videos



Link - Yéil Ya-Tseen (@nicholasgalanin) • Instagram photos and videos





Inert Wolf av Yéil Ya-Tseen (Nicholas Galanin)

Riddu Riđđu: Arctic Voices in Art and Literature
TUESDAY, JULY 9, 2019 - FRIDAY, JULY 12, 2019

Riddu Riddu: Arctic Voices in Art and Litterature
Nordnorsk Kunstmuseum (Website)






The Eight Artists Who Sought to Withdraw Their Work From the Whitney Biennial Reverse Course Following Kanders’s Resignation BY Eileen Kinsella, Artnet News July 25, 2019

Prominent works by Nicole Eisenman, Nicholas Galanin, and others will remain in place.





Warren Kanders Resigns as Whitney Trustee After Protests Over Tear Gas BY Robin Pogrebin and Elizabeth A. Harris, New York Times July 25, 2019





Eight Artists Withdraw Their Work From 2019 Whitney Biennial [UPDATED] BY Zachary Small (Hyperallergic Media July 20, 2019)

Korakrit Arunanondchai, Meriem Bennani, Nicole Eisenman, and Nicholas Galanin say that the museum has failed to adequately respond to the Warren Kanders controversy. Following the announcement, Eddie Arroyo, Christine Sun Kim, Agustina Woodgate, and Forensic Architecture announced their withdrawal.

A LETTER FROM ARTISTS IN THE WHITNEY BIENNIAL July 19, 2019 (ARTFORUM)

A LETTER FROM ARTISTS IN THE WHITNEY BIENNIAL July 19, 2019 (ARTFORUM)

"Does the Whitney want to be complacent in the violence and treatment of people of color in New York City, on our shared boarders and abroad? Do these institutions exist to amplify the artists’ thoughts and perspectives while educating community? Is the Whitney able to do this and bring our community together while neglecting to speak to the violence happening now, or is this something they will proudly celebrate and show in 20 years’ time from a position they have failed to take today? Refusal to take a stand is complacency, especially when you are an American institution with so much influence and voice." Nicholas Galanin (Yéil Ya-Tseen)

Link - Yéil Ya-Tseen (@nicholasgalanin) • Instagram photos and videos



Jeffrey Brown of Tonight Newshour PBS interviewing Nicholas Galanin for 'What this year's Whitney Biennial says about contemporary American art' (YouTube PBS 6/28/2019)


The wall text cites Galanin asserting that “whiteness as a construct has been used historically throughout the world to obliterate the voices and rights of generations of people and cultures regardless of complexion.” And it seems to mesh especially well with a bit of the curators’ wall text, on the show as a whole, nearby: “An emphasis on the artist’s hand suggests a rejection of the digital and the related slick, packaged presentation of the self in favor of more individualized and idiosyncratic work.” 

A Few Highlights from the 2019 Whitney Biennial BY The Editors of ARTnews (5/13/19)

Whitney Biennial 2019 (Offical Site)
May 17–Sep 22, 2019










"Indigenous artists out here at the #whitneybiennial 2019
at Whitney Museum of American Art." Yéil Ya-Tseen shared on Facebook


Photo left - Tlingit artist Nathan Jackson dons regalia at Celebration 2014. Courtesy Photo | Brian Wallace for Sealaska Heritage Institute) Photo right - This bentwood box with lid was made by Nathan Jackson. (Courtesy Photo | Brian Wallace for Sealaska Heritage Institute)

Nathan Jackson April 5 - Oct. 15, 2019 at Sealaska Heritage Institute
at the Walter Soboleff Building, Juneau Alaska

‘A great honor’: Exhibit shines light on one of Southeast Alaska’s most acclaimed Tlingit artists by By Ben Hohenstatt (Juneau Empire | 4/ 3/ 2019)



"The Illuminated Forest, the newest exhibition by renowned Tlingit artist, Preston Singletary, is a poignant tribute to a sacred natural realm; a realm where, according to Tlingit mythology, the Shaman resides." - Traver Gallery 

Opening of The Illuminated Forest Thursday, April 4th, 5-8:00pm at the Traver Gallerywww.travergallery.com
110 Union St #200 
Seattle, WA 98101




Angoon's Aquino Brinson attempts to stay in front of Haines' Kyle Fossman in the B final at the Gold Medal Basketball Tournament on Saturday, March 23, 2019. (Photo Michael Penn, Juneau Empire}

Haines wins 3rd B Bracket Championship in a row
Haines 88 Angoon 80

Gold Medal Live: By Alex McCarthy and Nolin Ainsworth


Hydaburg’s TJ Young receives the MVP award after beating Klukwan in the C bracket final at the Gold Medal Basketball Tournament on Saturday, March 23, 2019. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)


Gold Medal Live: By Alex McCarthy and Nolin Ainsworth



Kake’s Rudy Bean left, tangles with Klukwan’s Neil Erickson in the Masters final at the Gold Medal Basketball Tournament on Saturday, March 23, 2019. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

Kake wins its third Masters championship in four years
Kake 75 Klukwan 64


Gold Medal Live: By Alex McCarthy and Nolin Ainsworth (Juneau Empire)



Skagway’s Kaylie Smith, right, shoots against Haines’ Fran Daly in the women’s final at the Gold Medal Basketball Tournament on Saturday, March 23, 2019. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

For the first time in 46 years, Skagway has a Gold Medal title.

The Skagway women knock off Haines 58-49,
finishing the tournament undefeated.

Gold Medal Live: By Alex McCarthy and Nolin Ainsworth (Juneau Empire)





Traditional Games official and former World Eskimo-Indian Olympics blanket toss winner Marjorie Tahbone shows off her skills to kick off the 2019 Traditional Games.

Alaska youth rally together at Traditional Games
Teams came from as far as Arizona
By Nolin Ainsworth (Juneau Empire-Mar 16, 2019)


Tlingit rapper Arias Hoyle performs during the 2019 Traditional Games opening ceremonies. (Nolin Ainsworth | Juneau Empire)



"It’s official like a referee with a whistle! Beyond excited we could collaborate with Tlingit & Haida & Goldbelt Hr to bring A Tribe Called Red to Juneau, Alaska THE WEEK OF GOLD MEDAL MARCH 20th!" Damen Bell-Holter

Tickets on sale at both sacred grounds located at the Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall and Sealaska Plaza.


Gold Medal Basketball Tournament (Officle Site)
March 17-23, 2019

Alaska Sports Hall of Fame
Gold Medal Basketball Tournament



Damen Bell-Holter part of Lord of the Plains Ho-Chunk
20th Anniversary March Madness Champs!!!

"Ho-Chunk 20th Anniversary March Madness Champs!!! #4PEAT #LOPBASKETBALL #CHAMPS #DELLS #WISCONSIN #LOP #FOE #BROTHERS " Jay Liotta
( Jay Liotta shared on Facebook 3/10/2019 )








Tlingit & Haida is proud to join Sealaska and other Native organizations in supporting a FREE performance by comedian Tonia Jo Hall at the Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall on Monday, March 18th! The event will begin at 6:30 PM and is open to the public.

This event will be a part of a larger gathering called, “We Belong Here”, a youth leadership and basketball camp. For more information, please visit:https://bit.ly/2N1geap.


Facebook Video from Tonia Jo Hall March 6, 2019

“ We belong here” Gathering in Juneau Alaska. So excited to be apart of an amazing event for the youth! Thanks Damen Bell-Holter" Tonia Jo Hall



"We Dreamt Deaf in the latest issue of Artforum & the 2019 Honolulu Biennial" Yéil Ya-Tseen
(Yéil Ya-Tseen shared on Facebook March 5th, 2019)

Honolulu Biennial, an international contemporary art exhibition that brings together artists from Hawaiʻi, the Pacific, Asia and the Americas, will run from March 9 – May 5, 2019 at ten locations throughout Honolulu. Come explore contemporary art connected by the Pacific from 47 artists and art collectives and enjoy public programing to include art-making workshops, artist talks, dance performances, films, fashion shows, and live music. For more information visit, Honolulu Biennial 2019



Yéil Ya-Tseen shared a Facebook post. (Screen Capture)
Click link for Herring Rock Water Protectors (Facebook video)

The herring of Sitka Sound are disappearing. Learn why herring are culturally
and ecologically critical to the people of Southeast Alaska.
Protect the Herring! Donate to Sitka Tribe of Alaska link in FB video discription.




Yéil Ya-Tseen shared a Facebook post by Tommy Gee. (Screen Capture)


"It is a serious issue happening in Sitka this week. I was about to start cast nets in waters less than 50 ft deep when these guys showed up in the bay and pretty much took every available herring right under us, and right over us." Tommy Gee






2019 Whitney Biennial Announces Participating Artists (Artforum) February 25, 2019

Nicholas Galanin (Yéil Ya-Tseen)
Born 1979 in Sitka, Alaska
Lives in Sitka, Alaska

Jackson Polys
Born 1976 in Ketchikan, Alaska
Lives in New York, New York

"YES!!! Congratulations to Laura Ortman, Sky Hopinka, Shinhwa'ak Krebs Khalil, Zack Khalil, Jackson Polys, Yéil Ya-Tseen, Jeffrey Gibson, Caroline Monnet, Thirza Cuthand, and Dr. James Luna" Mario A. Caro (MIT)



Activists Plan to take on The Whitney Museum with
"Nine weeks of Art and Action"

(Artforum) February 25, 2019

Decolonize This Place (Official Website) "There is no safe space for profiteers of all state violence."


Beyond Inclusion by Christopher Green (Art in America 2/1/2009)

 In a public program at the Met on October 8, 2018, Tlingit artist Jackson Polys translated some of these claims. While discussing an eighteenth-century Tlingit dagger with a shamanic visage on its pommel, he invoked its status as the at.oow, or hereditary crest, of his father’s Lukaax.ádi clan. “This knife is a marker of territory, a red flag,” Polys said, noting that the proprietary story of the knife represents a territorial relationship. Between the knife and contemporary work such as Yuxweluptun’s painting of the Northwest Coast landscape there exists a two-century continuum of sovereign land claims thrashing against colonial boundaries.


The Liberator’: Martin Sensmeier To Star In Netflix’s Animated World War II Drama Series'
by Denise Petski (Deadline)

Martin Sensmeier (Westworld) has been cast as a lead alongside Bradley James in The Liberator,
Netflix’s four-part animated World War II drama series based on the book by Alex Kershaw,
from writer Jeb Stuart (Die Hard, The Fugitive), A+E Studios, Bob Shaye
and Michael Lynne’s Unique Features and School of Humans.

The Liberator is the first project produced in Trioscope, a new enhanced hybrid animation
technology that combines state-of-the-art CGI with live-action performance.
It allows creators to tell a visually compelling story with rich detail
in a way that conveys the human emotion and drama of the serious subject matter.




"Happy to be on the ground here in San Francisco attending Coven Film Festival 
HUGE shout out to all who did their part to give The Last Walk her wings.
International Sámi Film Institute
 @themilliken The Hoop Ninja @camille.milroy
and soo many more!  ��to being in great compay."Anna Hoover




Native writers craft "Molly of Denali" kids TV character by  ROBYNE (KUAC)

MOLLY OF DENALI Scriptwriting Fellowship recipients: Aaluk Edwardson (Iñupiaq), Anna Hoover (Unaangax),
Frank Henry Kaash Katasse (Tlingit), June Thiele (Athabascan and Yup’ik),
X̱ʼunei Lance Twitchell (Tlingit) and Joe ‘Waats’asdiyei Apayuk Yates (Haida)




'The Woman In The Moon' | Circle Round 5317:43 Play
by Jessica Alpert (WBUR)

Voices in this episode include Frank Katasse, James Konicek, Erika Stone and Irene Bedard.
Irene will soon star in a world-premiere play in Alaska. Perseverance Theatre’s production of "Whale Song"
runs through the month of February in Juneau, and then in Anchorage, from March 8th through the 17th.
Kids, you may know Irene as the voice of the title character in the Disney animated film, Pocahontas.
She reprised the role in Ralph Breaks the Internet! by Jessica Alpert




March 09, 2019 - May 05, 2019 
Honolulu Museum of Art

Nicholas Galanin grapples with the issue of climate change
through his large-scale sculpture,  We Dreamt Deaf from the perspective
of a Native Alaskan artist whose approach to land-human dynamics
closely parallels Hawaiian philosophies. Yet, the artist says We Dreamt Deaf,
implicating all of humanity in the discussion of climate change,
and the need for us to turn our attention toward the natural world.

 

 

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